Since as far as I can remember ttys for things like telnet are
created on the fly, how do I catch all possibilities? I'm looking
for a sort of wildcard/regexp to do it all....
Adam Lock (locka at iol.ie):
> Adam Lock wrote:
> > Dermot Canniffe wrote:
> > >
> > > I know this is hideously insecure, but my mate won't hear any of it.
> > > How do allow root to login on all ttys?
> > >
> > > regards,
> > Removing the appropriate entry from /etc/securetty may do the trick.
>> Apologies, I meant ADDING to /etc/securetty
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